Category: Personal Development

Boss’s Tip of the Week: Getting Better

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If you want to improve as rapidly as possible, there are four steps to getting better at what you do. Evaluate your behavior and performance. Decide on one thing you want to change. Evaluate your actions and the results. Make changes and try again. This is only one of 347 tips in my ebook, Become a Better Boss One Tip at a  »  Read More

Personal Development: Getting It Righter

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“I was right then, but I’m righter now.” Thus spake my grandson. I don’t remember what he was talking about anymore, but that phrase has stuck with me. Sometimes, kids get it “righter” than we do. They seem to know that life is not about getting the one right answer and then being done with a problem  »  Read More

Boss’s Tip of the Week: Ask for insight

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You’ll confront a lot of situations in your career. Every time you do, you face a choice. You can try to figure everything out yourself or you can ask for help. Most of the books about how to be a leader or supervisor will suggest ways for you to do the analysis. Hardly any of them also suggest that you should ask  »  Read More

Boss’s Tip of the Week: Commit to continuous improvement

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There’s always more to learn and there are always things you can improve. Commit yourself and your team to continuous improvement, to doing things better every day. Read, talk to others, observe, and take classes to find good ideas. Critique your own performance. Improvement is a job that’s never done, but  »  Read More

Personal Development: Getting the Most from Your Boss

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For a couple of decades, I asked the participants in my training programs for supervisors what things they wanted to learn most. Two items were always on the list and usually in the top three. One of them was “talking to people about performance.” The other was “getting along with my boss.” “Getting along” is  »  Read More

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